10 inexpensive ways to decorate for fall

13 September 2017

Here are some ideas to help you bring fall into your home without breaking the bank:

10. fill a vase or jug with tree leaves from Dear Lillie:

leaves fall decor

9. Be like a chipmunk and gather! I love this pinecone and acorn wreath from HGTV:

pinecone acorn wreath

8. Fill a basket with pinecones – from Farmhouse 5540 on Instagram:

pinecones in basket

7. take a frame and hot glue some acorns to it:

acorn frame

6. be on the lookout for white branches – these came from a tree that lost a big branch in an autumn storm. Bundles of branches are great fillers in fall and winter.

wood in basket

5. make a wreath with picks from the dollar store:

dollar store fall wreath

4. dip leaves in wax and hang them in your window – from Clover Lane:

wax leaves clover lane

3. visit a cornfield and gather the tops of the cornstalks (corn tassels?) and make a wreath like All Things Thrifty:

corn tassel wreath all things thrifty

2. Grab some branches and hot glue some candy corn on the tips:

candy corn branches

1. make some cozy yarn balls. I just whipped these together this morning.

I got some wiffle balls and ping pong from the dollar store,

dollar tree balls

some yarn from Walmart and just wrapped them up.

yarn balls fall

They are great just to put in a basket or a tray and you can leave them up through the winter months as well. You could make a wreath as well! Wool = cozy to me.

wool balls fall decor

The weather is supposed to finally turn cooler towards the end of this week, I’m itching to bust out the fall and Halloween decor!


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